Eric Dier has vowed revenge against Ander Herrera when Manchester United play Tottenham in their Premier League fixture.
Herrera attained his first Spain cap as a 56th-minute substitute in the 2-2 draw but was confronted by Tottenham midfielder Dier over an incident involving the pair.
United entertain Spurs on December 11 and Dier hinted he would leave his mark on Herrera at Old Trafford.
"I think it’s pretty clear what he did and I can feel it on my cheek now," Dier said. "So I know what he did, and I don’t like that kind of stuff.
"I don’t mind people kicking each other at times and stuff but that’s just dirty and not needed. I’ve made a pass and it was a long time afterwards and he’s elbowed me in the face and I just can’t see why. For me, it’s just ridiculous.
Asked whether Herrera had apologised, Dier added: "I don’t need him to apologise. I’ll see him soon…
"These things happen. But I don’t know why he did it, to be honest. That’s why I was angry. It was just strange and it’s not nice."
Herrera received the first red card of his United career last month against Burnley and served a one-match suspension in the win at Swansea.
The Basque should return to the starting line-up for the visit of Arsenal this weekend.